Seaton, Devon

A little wander round Seaton wouldn’t go amiss when you’re on your holidays in Devon; it’s a quiet town on the Jurassic Coast, where not a lot happens and the architecture isn’t particularly impressive, but nonetheless, there’s something rather nice about the town. The beach is a mile long and pebbly; in the summer you’ll see people sunbathing, mackerel fishing, and playing at watersports. Wander right out to the end and tucked between the cliffs is The Hideaway where you can have a bite to eat with the sea in your sights all the while.

Catch the tram and ride along the wetlands to Colyton for a cream tea at The Tramstop Café; otherwise give that a miss and safe yourself for fish and chips when you get back to town. Stroll out to the harbour or Axe estuary, find a seat and eat them there as the sun goes down – the scenery, the light, it’s gorgeous.

All information correct at the time of writing

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